iOS 8.4 may be all about Apple’s new music service

Today’s a busy rumor day when it comes to Apple’s mobile operating system. On one side we’ve seen Apple seed iOS 8.3 to developers today with a couple of significant improvements, even though we’ve also heard that iOS 9 will be Apple’s most conservative iOS update in years. Whatever the case may be, it seems that there will be another version of iOS launched in-between, and it also proves to be important.

Sources claim that Apple is also working on launching iOS 8.4 after the launch of the Apple Watch, and that the main-course meal here will be a new music service. We’ve heard that Apple has some big plans for its Beats Music service, even though none of the rumors proved positive for iOS devices, as this seemed to be more of a move for Android. We’re not sure if this means that iTunes Radio will be re-branded, or if Beats Music will be re-launched.

Something the source does claim is that because of the timing, there are strong possibilities that iOS 8.4 will be bundled with iOS 9 at WWDC 2015. The only reason why these reports are still relevant is because these two new iOS versions still respond to a different codename. iOS 9 is currently rumored to be known as Monarch, while iOS 8.4 is being dubbed as Copper. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more.

Source: 9to5Mac

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